Beige Living Room - 50 Examples

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Danish design brand Ferm Living explores the beauty of Scandinavian understatement in a Mediterranean setting with this lookbook. Earthy tones, organic shapes and sculptural lines, and natural light accentuate a softly minimalist vibe.


An apartment in Saint-Germain designed by Emmanuel Simon eloquently reveals the codes of modern Parisian luxury.


In Hong Kong, Andre Fu, Asia’s most fashionable and sought-after interior architect, has settled in Deep Water Bay’s expensive real estate district. He was so impressed with a friend’s apartment in a skyscraper right on the beach that he bought a duplex in the same building.


Californian architect Patrick Bernatz Ward, founder of the Patrick Bernatz Ward practice, reimagined the typical Los Angeles home, combining arts and crafts influences with modern finishes.


The living room in this house, designed by Michael Imber, is built around a huge Calder mobile, with a special panel installed to showcase the work of Donald Sultan and Tom Wesselmann. Photo: William Abranowicz / Art + Commerce © 2020 Calder Foundation, New York / ARS, New York


New York-based designer Anna Karlin designed a 278 sq. meters in the historic Belnord building in Manhattan.


Working on the interior, the author was inspired by the style of the seventies. After the apartments were merged, load-bearing concrete columns were opened – Agnes Rudzite finished them with rounded veneer panels, as she herself says, “turned a defect into an effect.” Sofa and pouffe Julep, Jonas Vagell, Tacchini. Joinery products are made in a workshop in Latvia.


A spiral staircase leads to the roof of a penthouse in Jaffa, designed by British architect John Pawson. Tel Aviv-based architects Pitsou Kedem and Baranowitz & Goldberg used a sandy palette and sculptural details to decorate the interiors.


Jean-Louis Denio. Villa in Corsica


Nebihe Cihan of Nebihe Cihan Studio designed a pied-à-terre in London for a Kuwaiti family. The main vectors of the project are to preserve the Victorian architecture and give the interior a “Parisian chic”.


Archipelago House is the work of the Danish studio Norm Architects in Sweden, near Gothenburg. From the outside it looks like a fishing hut, but modern and comfortable inside, the house is designed for a summer vacation for a family with four children.